When kicking off Hispanic Heritage Month at White House ceremony, the Crown Prince of Nitwits tried to appeal to the people he spent the week insulting and ignoring by pronouncing “Puerto Rico” in what can be described only as a caricature of a Spanish accent.
Republicans fall back on their old standby… namely, “I know you are, but what am I?,” to divert attention from their amorality.
On Monday Facebook will turn over 3,000 ads to Congress that the tech giant believes are connected to Moscow’s interference in the 2016 election.
The Cheeto Caesar may have played a “successful businessman” on reality TV, but one can only fake their way into the highest executive office in the land until a real crisis comes along and exposes just what a fraud actually are.
The USA is traveling a curiously low road when no amount of money is “worth” the damaged reputation of being linked with this so-called President.
By calling for NFL players to be fired, Trump may not have only broken rules of normal “presidential” decency, he may also have broken the law.
Congresspeople like Ted Lieu give us a glimmer of hope.
Teresa Kaepernick’s complete and succinct Twitter takedown of The-Sucking-Black-Hole-of-Need-in-Chief earned her some much-deserved accolades.
History, reality and morality have such a liberal bias – so Republicans just make things up.
Having known Donald Trump for over three decades, New York Times bestselling author and writer for Newsweek, Kurt Eichenwald, has some harsh words for the Trump supporters.